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The Morgantown Human Rights Commission is spotlighting residents and organizations that exemplify the spirit of diversity and human rights in the community with its annual Human Rights Day Awards.
Due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases, access to the Public Safety Building is limited to essential business only effective immediately.
Disasters can strike at any time. The Morgantown Code Enforcement Department, with the help of a non-profit called After the Disaster, is prepared to help make the first few days easier for residents who have been affected by a recent disaster.
Mayor Dulaney joined mayors from across Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia to call for support for a transition to green industrial growth across Appalachia and the Ohio River Valley, an initiative called the Marshall Plan for Middle America.
The City of Morgantown has extended its temporary outdoor dining program until Dec. 31.
The program was initially put into place following Governor Jim Justice’s Safer-at-Home order in May. It is meant to help promote safer public access to resta...
At approximately 1:26 p.m. Thursday afternoon, the Morgantown Fire Department was dispatched to a 2nd alarm structure fire at 528 Pearl Ave., a three-story, two-unit rental house.
At approximately 2:00 a.m. on Nov. 12, officers of the Morgantown Police Department observed Robert Rye, 31 of Morgantown, in the area of 600 Willey Street.